As we see, in the grand scheme of things there are many out to offer the best solution in regards to assistance in our personal health care. With different options proposed for our health care, we have the choice for responsibility or dependence on an outside entity, with other possibilities in between. Which is the wisest? This is up to each fellow human to decide, with his or her own best interests considered, for both themselves and for humanity.
Below is a short article and a video showing what Whole Foods and labors unions along with left-wing activists are going through as they bring their own opinions to share. Whole Foods CEO John Mackey argues that we should rely more on our own "individual empowerment" for our healthcare responsibilities, while the labors unions and activists are trying to boycott Whole Foods, stating that the solutions Mackey is offering are not attainable and pose issues for employee:
In August, Whole Foods CEO John Mackey argued in the pages of the Wall Street Journal that the solution to America's health care crisis was to be found in "less government control and more individual empowerment." His own company's unique health care plan, Mackey wrote, covers 90 percent of employees, costs less than health insurance plans, and provides a "very high degree of worker satisfaction." But for the sin of not supporting a government take over of health care, labor unions and left-wing activists called for a boycott of Whole Foods, claiming that Mackey's solutions were unworkable and his employees were unhappy.
Reason.tv talked to protesters, Mackey, and employees about "the Whole Foods alternative to ObamaCare":